SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
MACHINE TOOLS II
Section: MMT 102-040
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 18 (Capacity: 24)
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Auburn Campus - M272
This course is a continuation of MMT 101 introduces the student to a hands-on study of basic theory and laboratory experiences with an introduction to Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining concepts and techniques. This course includes: Information on topics as applied to manufacturing include: safety, calculating feeds and speeds, depth of cut, trigonometry calculations for machinists, tool selection, introduction to fixtures, set-up sheets, and basic operations and setup of CNC lathes and mills Additional theory and laboratory experiences include: machine tooling for milling and lathe work. Introduction to the controller for basic CNC operations, set up, and tool length offsets. Basic tooling setup and tooling preset to increase accuracy and increase production will be utilized. Introduction to procedures used to operate the computer numerical control (CNC) lathe and mill. This course includes an introduction to the standard M and G codes used with basic programming and operations of computer numerical control CNC lathes and mills. Basic CAD skills to produce basic geometric shapes and layouts to and trigonometric calculations will be used to calculate cutter positioning for CNC applications. Application of measurement, inspection, and technical drawing reading skills used by machinist will be emphasized.
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